“This brief focuses on best practices and innovative strategies that child welfare and family violence advocates can implement to form stronger support networks for survivors of violence and abuse that continue to function in emergency conditions.”
“This webinar reviews the ways the core principles of trauma-informed care can be applied to the use of language and images/visuals in direct services, within the organization, and in training and outreach materials.”
“In this webinar, the presenters will examine the ways in which sex and labor trafficking may intersect, emphasizing the complex nature of human exploitation.”
“This session provides participants with strategies to develop and deliver a coordinated response to victims that addresses the impacts of trauma using a replicable national model, Frontline Service’s Traumatic Response Team.”
These concrete, trauma-informed tools can be used to respond to trauma by helping a survivor learn to regulate trauma reactions through breathing and grounding exercises. These tools are available in both Spanish and English. Also included are a variety of other trainings and resources available in Spanish and English.
“This recording is a conversation between two state/national program directors as they talk about trauma-informed supervision—and what that looks like for supporting and taking care of staff/advocates while being rooted in resiliency…”
“This presentation will discuss how a trigger works, and how it affects the body and brain. We will also discuss how these triggers can be managed and/or modified.”
Learn more about common misconceptions about trauma-informed care and check out MiVAN’s latest trauma-informed care resource video.
“Organizations that are part of the GBV movement have a responsibility and an opportunity to support the survivors on their staff on their healing journey by creating survivor-centered workplaces.”
This video is a great tool to consider when working with children. “Take a deep breath and learn to belly breathe with Rosita!”